Archive for January, 2008

Kevin and Kelly studying the toy catalogue before Christmas, so that they know what to put on their wish-lists.

PP: Doodlebug, CS: DCWV, Ribbon Slide: 3Bugs, Ribbons: Panduro, Flower: Alvin, jewels, butterflies, 3D-lacquer.

A close-up on the lovely butterfly:

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LOAD Challenge, January 13th

She’s up to something…
I found this picture of Lorelai irresistable to scrap!
All papers: DCWV, ribbons: Panduro, Alpha stickers: Pixie Press, Flowers: Prima, lace and leaves: unknown, handmade polymer flowers, 3D-paint.

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A Moment (Ett Ögonblick) in Kelly’s life!

CS:Bazzill, PP:Dovecraft, Flowers: Junkitz, stamp: Technique Tuesday, ribbons and button: Panduro. The small enameled flowers from my local haberdashery – intended for use on candles!

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My Boy

PP, stickers & Tags: 3Bugs, large wooden flower, big brads & ribbon: Panduro, jewels: CC Hobby
A close-up on the flower, dressed with PP, fluid chalk and distressed:

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My, what big eyes you have!

DH playing with Lorelai, our granddaughter.

PP: SEI BeBop, velvet ribbons and pearl floss: CC Hobby, flowers: Prima, Buttons: Panduro, brads: MM, belt buckle: unknown, sticker: Cosmo Cricket. Fluid chalk.

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Make your own Twinklings!

This is very easy! All you need is PearlEx powder, Gum Arabicum in powder form and water.

Measure 1 part Gum Arabicum to 4 parts PearlEx, mix the powders.

Add water to a creamy consistency, use a palette knife to mix well.

Store in a plastic palette, the “Twinklings” are ready to be used as soon as they have dried. Use them as watercolor paint.

I have bought my PearlEx from http://www.polymerclayexpress.com, very friendly people and incredibly fast service, they take credit cards and gladly ships to Europe!

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Make your own Glimmer Mist!

Glimmer Mist is quite expensive, but you can make it yourself!
What you need is: a spray bottle (I found mine at Dollar Store – make-up-department), decoupage lacquer or PVA glue, PearlEx and water.

In a spray bottle, mix equal parts decoupage lacquer and water, about 20 ml of each will go a long way.

Add one knife-point of PearlEx powder, put on the lid and shake well.

Ready to spray!

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